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huffington post." thanks for being here. >> great to be here, rev. >> nia, i've been around politics since i was a teenager, i've never seen anything that bad where the nominee had to stop the crowd and put his name out front. i mean, this is a little crazy, don't you think? >> and you've seen this before. you've seen people, you know, sort of tripping up on romney's name, calling him mitt romney. you've seen him on "60 minutes" rep minding that he's the one on the ticket running for president. ryan has energized this ticket. barack conservatives on board. now you have conservatives saying, unleash ryan and have him talk more about policy and his plans for the future of the country. but it has been a bit of a sticky situation. the aides i've talked to around romney say they have a great relationship, they talk several times a day. but in reality ryan does have a different set of advisers around him, a different set of speechwriters. i think everyone at this point is waiting to see if ryan, in fablt, goes rogue at some point. does he move to save his brand, which, of course, was this young gu
the president's in great shape. >> so, the other tape that's getting a lot of attention, the "huffington post" releasing video of paul ryan talking about a quote, moral tipping point, in the united states, six months before the 47% comments. take a look. >> the good news is survey after survey, poll after poll, still shows that we are a center right 70-30 country. 70% of americans want the american dream. they believe the american idea. only 30% want the welfare state. >> all right, so he at least gives credit to 17% more people than mitt romney did, but how damminging is that f in to have the same mentality, considering there's a minority portion that would rather get welfare checks than jobs? >> i think whether it's condemning or not is defining because it shows that both the presidential and vice presidential candidates and the republican party have the same attitude that there's a large block of americans, one saying 47, the other saying 30%, that want to be welfare dependent or want a welfare state and they want to be president and vice president. when they identify this large block of a
. holy [ bleep ]. >> the controversy surrounding "breaking amish," it may not be real. >> huffington post covering the controversy, on the risk of producing reality tv. >> you can interview people as much as you want, but they may not be telling the truth. >> other cast allegations include sabrina who had reportedly already left her mennonite community before production began. and two other cast members are pretending to be strangers when they allegedly have a baby. tlc releasing this statement -- there's a lot of information floating around about the group featured on breaking amish. much of it is not true, but some of it is. >> so, we are going to times square. >> tlc telling "the insider" today, quote, the production company spent close to a year in these amish and mennontie communities researching. it's not the first show to come under trial for its reality. hgtv's house hunters became under scrutiny when one of the hunters said that many of her scenes were staged. he brought judges to tears on "america's got talent." >> i got hit by a grenade in afghanistan. >> later, reports surface
. as always, rod schaeffer from the "huffington post" has all the scoop. >> i'm going to smell like blue cheese for a week. >> let's talk babies, drew barrymore out of the gate. >> she had a little girl last week and she's called the baby olive. interesting, i thought. drew was in a movie called "olive, the other reindeer." >> you don't hear the name often any more. >> it's a beautiful, old-fashioned sort of name. maybe she'll bring it back. >> olivia is a big, big name, but olive -- >> she is keeping a very famous barrymore name, she must. >> let's talk about nick and vanessa. >> tweet that they've had their little boy, camden john, a lovely, lovely name. this wasn't the first choice of the name. >> what was? tell us! >> colin wasth choice. >> before she had the baby, i sat down with her, she said they had a deal if it was a boy he would name the baby. if it was a girl, she would name the baby. however, it was a boy and she picked the name. so they both agreed on it. so it's not colin. >> she did all the work, it's only fair. >> that's a beautiful, beautiful baby. >> they didn't sell it
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